Guitarist and composer; currently Academy Music Department Head at Punahou School (Honolulu, HI).
Senior Teaching Fellow in the Division of Music at The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Professor Emeritus, University of North Texas (1978-96); pioneering composer of experimental and computer music. Distinguished UNT Alumnus, 1968; UNT College of Music Alumni Appreciation Award, 2007.
Freelance composer and engraver in the DFW area.
Director of Academic Computing and User Services, University of North Texas Computing and Information Technology Center.
Executive Vice President, Enterprise Integration Group; author of the industry best-seller How to Build a Speech Recognition Application, which is considered the definitive style guide for human factors design in interactive voice response (IVR).
Professor of Music at the University of Nebraska, Omaha.
Director of Senior Adult Activities at St. John's United Methodist Church (Austin, TX).
Film and television composer based in Glendale, California. Instructor at Citrus College Recording Arts Department (2000 – present); former Instructor of Music Business at Grammy Camp (2005) and Instructor of Music at Pasadena City College (1999-2000).
Freelance composer, performer, and producer based in Los Angeles; former bassist for Frank Zappa (1978-80). Recently featured in the Winter 2007 issue of The North Texan alumni magazine.
Currently composing, teaching, and recording in the Dallas/Ft Worth Area.
Composer, arranger, conductor, producer, instrumentalist, and educator, based in Virginia. Founder and leader of the Alan Baylock Jazz Orchestra, his works have been performed by such notable musicians as Maynard Ferguson, Freddie Hubbard, Michael Brecker, Roy Clark, Clint Black, Patti LaBelle, Chaka Khan, Spyro Gyra, and many others.
Graduate studies in computer science, subsequent work in software development; currently Pastor of Worship and Arts at Fellowship Bible Church (Roswell, GA).
Master's degree from University of Illinois; retired Professor of Music at Santa Monica College, where she was founding conductor of the SMC Symphony Orchestra.
Currently Bejo teaches music composition and audio technology in Dallas U.S.
Associate Professor of Composition and Theory at the University of Alaska, Anchorage.